Yoga with Sarah Hatcher
Friday 1st – Sunday 3rd December 2017

• Light Asana, Pranayama, Chanting & Meditation 5.30pm – 7.30pm.

• Mysore : begin your practice between 8 and 8.30am.
• Pranayama, Chanting & Meditation 10am – 11am.

• Mysore : begin your practice between 8 and 8.30am
• Pranayama, Chanting & Meditation 10am – 11am.

⁃ £60 for all 3 classes
⁃ £25 per class

Sarah is a truly dedicated, disciplined yogi devotedly sharing the practice of yoga with a true depth of knowledge gained from many years of practice and learning. I hope this will be a joyful and heart warming weekend of practice, community and shared love of the yogi life.
If you would like to come along, please let me know as soon as you can.

Thankyou !


Saturday 30th September 2017  is the annual coffee fundraising day in the UK for #macmillan. We will do yoga first, then coffee (tea too) ✅
8.30am – 10.00am yoga
10.00am -11.00am coffee
Regulars, resumers, beginners all warmly welcome. Just show up or better still let me know if you plan to come to yoga or coffee or both. Macmillan will receive our donations.💚


Saturday 8th April 2017
Eddie Stern
Led Primary Class and Lecture

An amazing opportunity to practice and learn with Eddie, an educated, practiced and wise yogi !

8am- 10am      Led Primary Class £30

10.30am – 12   Lecture £30

Lecture : Yoga and the Nervous System

According to the earliest references of Yoga in the Upanishads, the purpose of yoga is to steady the sense organs, and move our awareness inwards towards Self-knowledge, rather than towards the ever enticing and changing objects of the world. In this lecture we will look at an overview of the presentation of the nadis, the different types of nerves, according to Yogis, and their corollary systems according to Western medicine. These two complementary systems are very important for maintaining health, homeostasis, our ability to listen and communicate well with others, and find a sense of peace within our own nervous system. The lectures lead toward an understanding of how some of the most inner benefits of asanas, pranayama, and chanting are actually activating our nervous system in profound ways.

Eddie Stern is an Ashtanga Yoga teacher, author, and lecturer. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Please email me on to book.

Payment by bank transfer, cheque or cash.
And please do drop me a note if you’d like to come along and would appreciate a concession. That’s fine!

Thankyou and I hope you can come along.


Saturday 14th January 2017

Yoga and Brunch

9am – 12 noon


Yoga with Mo, followed by a delicious and nourishing winter time brunch from Simona, made lovingly with locally grown and seasonal food. Good meals help keep us well, peaceful and facilitate strong immunity.

please book and pay in advance, thank you

Friday 20th Nov,  4pm – 5.15pm

Chanting for Guidance & Stability in our Yoga Practices & to Cultivate Peace in our Lives

Join Sarah and baby Dash Hatcher for an afternoon of yoga chanting and prayers. We will look at two chants devoted to Patanjali, the Father of Yoga, for guidance and stability in our current yoga practices and to cultivate peace in our lives. We will also chant the first book of the Yoga Sutras, Samadhi Pada to inspire us to practice with more devotion and love.

Suggested donation per person, £5-£15 for a local charity. Children are welcome. It would be good if you can let me know if you wish to come along. There’s plenty space for many !


Basics of Ashtanga Yoga

The next workshop like this past one will be in mid January…date to follow.

Saturday 24th October, 1.30pm-3.30pm, £15
We will go through the basics of the practise; breathing and concentration, the sun salutations A and B, the first few fundamental standing postures, seated postures and finishing postures. We will also cover some of the theory/history of Ashtanga yoga.

This is a good way to add to and deepen understanding of Ashtanga yoga whether you have been practising for months and years, or if you are new to Ashtanga yoga taught in the traditional method and wish to learn. It’s important to keep come back to the roots of this practise!